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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

Local News. 'There nro great contplblariiit being inadu by the general public nglinst the directors of the Ioneinster and leox hill llinetrie 't'rai CoUpany, for not runnlllllling the lain.lll '?Tll lpeople say (it h L the directors should plirehase n ena, as the old onle has bleen founlld wantilg, that will run on lho line, and have the peronOlent way so altered tlhat consltant eolllLnununicileiol e1t bIe depenlded upon:: bo twetinI lIox Ilill and Dionncaster. It is no1w ,i erly "ltl?he "uioiitlths inen this lile was opelned, ndll for more than half thalt tiol the Iranl has hern allowed to get rusty for the want of work. Surely the " ov"rholld" systemn h1 sonmo) vi'rtule 1 il, wthen it is supplied will the 'equlisite and pirohper work inlg gear. If this be so, lIthen the sooner n new ncar is pronured the better; if only il the i1lhrest of Ihl, sharellohleri of the Collmpany. Co11siderinlg whltl it has tost Ilo nlake this lihe, Ihere moUst have been ait blunder ?somewheII 're, becau...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

T1m.. strike, whieli 'has bceii prodiiu. tive o' t io much ill-will and whiulihha had thlo eiffet ot' , liiailising labor, may bo" aid to hb dying from in. anition. Every right-thikilng man must sincerely regrut that thl prusent (stranlgoienint betweeon Capital ani iiaubor should over ' avo oecIurrd. Tleorlu mea no rnmosoln fol it, 11t1d thi vIay in' wholiu it is win'liag ''lu iSiL oluer indication tiat tlh Tradue luill Cotuiuil lalt been wanting in priulidne. Thei Tr'dos 1aill Coiuciiil siouhl Imvo dlo'oted imiori enlro aid thought Illloro it decided to admiit li body ofr uml ti tlliliato with it that had no' interest in Uouinooin with thie gunceral welflre thl tinultd. This is whoro tho'grent crror wnsi coluiilitted, iand it is priIni pimlly owing to this want of' thought tlhat the strlgghl hidi its Iirlhl, aiid lhas booai contiiueud for lthe last tlirco 11imonths. Tl'Ihero was no lln l in ll the flist inistinceo for thle macriie 'olliconrs to join the u nionl, iiad Subselueltnt e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Princess Belinda. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

The Pjincoss Bolinda. Once upon a tine, long, long ago, before all the fairy godllnothers died antd left ploor mIothlers to tiake Cnr of their own children,. tlher lived in i bealtitil pllllaco it little prilluOes ianied Iclidnl. llor beaiu.y would have lteenc per'fut but for a disiagreo iblo look abouitet lr ouith, ciuused by a dlreidulll habit of crying over every little trouble,. Silo nlot onlly inmde herself unhlippy, but all her friends iiand rulitionllsla well. 'lio first thinig lie id in the imorin ingl wl " Iloo, hloo, luool I don't willit to be bathed in cold \rte'r!" tliun " loo, liho, lloo you tiro pull ing my illhir." in Inct, ll liltday could this tisoieale little lpinicess. II' iu'rs w'as 1not ninrjuslt w lillolidiIa lled her, or if iiuiuliiin could niot give lor overytllinlg sou wisheid, she woulil ory nitl cry untittl anilliiitia w\is intarly hlliuirbrolkun to tithilk wliat \ln u11lihiilpy womanili hler little dlitiglitor liiusti bu come if lnot cured of this fuiult....

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He Could Swear. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

Ho Could Swear. It was a scorching-hot day. The hreat ,luivercd again in thie air, oven the crows fell it ; the 'mtoLeter stood at 118 degrees in th1 shade, sl 11the boss of Ilobbitty Station lolled lazily back in a canvas chltir on the comparatively cool verandah. A traveller, in no wise dilffernt fromn the ordinary run of travellers in the West, rode up, hitched this horso to a post in the yard, and, stockwlilp in Iand, crossed t tthe verandah. "Want a hand, ?" queried the . man, laconically. !' Wh't are you ?" said the boss, parrying qlnostion with tpuestion. I Fencer, spltter, bull-pulohler," colu mnenced the stranger. " W\ell, as it happe?ct, I do want a buol. locky," said the bos, itingup, sitti " t I want ianl 'olYside' bullocky, if you knlow what that llOealH." Thle mIan Ilnodded acquliescence. " Canl yo crack a wvhip? ?" "Yes," said the stranger, uitting th11 actionl to hie word, and the yard soon re sounded with volloys of crack I crack ll crack Ill as lie first wilth one ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Artificial Respiration. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

Artificial Respiration. Mr. J. A. Francis describes the following method of lqrtificial respira. tion ill the Blritigk shldil ,lbrntl. The body of the patient is laid oq the l4apk, with clothes loosened, ,'l ld the ploutlh and n!ose viped : twvo bystalndrs pqss their right mineids lpidou the body at the loevl of the 'wqiist, and grasp cplI. oIthe}!'lf hla!lds, tllhq !aisuu. tlhe body ililtil theu ips of th tile lgers aind tllp'teqo gf tl!o sqlbjeet qiloq toucl tlhe ground; count litteell rapidly, thln lower thile body flat to the grould, and es ho elbows to the side hard i.lut ifteeon again, then raise the b Idy lgai7 for thile saml le?gtlh of tile; alg so qu, alternately ri'lsing qqd obwr'ling. ''hIh llrad, arIIIs, IandI loegs are to'be allotvd to llldngle downi quite freely when tlhe baody is raiiiad. Mr. Francis alleges thalt thlis liltholI !il tit 'loqs sccsful, ouid it is r:or ,iiplde that atllyOlln canll peleforll it without any taulling,

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UNION JACK V. CANTERBURY CLUB ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

I? aullbtititinV y thUlliionI Jltack jotltlC?eyed to Cnllterbury, tnd playe}id it match witli the Cauterloryb Club Elovent, which restulltt it lie. Ockwell elnpltined the Canterbury, and S. htltekhurn the lnito .Ilack. Thel former, having uoni the loss, decided to Iseml his mei to the wiukets, and with good batting, plenty of luck, comtbined with poor Iletlillg on the patrt of the Unlion .lltck, they succeeded in ItltAkillg .1i rt1u1Is beforo the last wicket fell. 'the Union Jlck started thuir i:unnings very badly, 5 wiickelts flllug for 1! runs. S. IIlnckburtt might hatve madeo score., but his first ball was otne well to leg, which strutck till) on the hip. 'To overybody's surprise the ut)pirte gitito dini out forit leg bforo wicket. Ilewer anlll FV. Ilhudes were the olpt' onles tlt imdulltt ay stlatit, the Ioritner iimaking 1l, and th llatter Ill. Aspinll aiade II, Williams it aln Iu'nrto 1, all tlr, jrest " dnck.," wold these, with I.1 sundreh, jest equalled the Canteurblur,'s sc...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fat People. HOW TO REDUCE YOUR WEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

Fat People. 1OW TO Iil.n)UCI YOUR WVI HIIIT. Tho grolatal,: ill that,tloshi, in hoir to sctils to he ii s?lperabiildlIice of llesli. A tine looIkilin \?o11an of the gellius klnown inl Jg nil iti woiltin wlllt a preso1nc," ncilled at a Detroit grocery solmen 11onths ago, anl said to tlio grocer- S1 walt to ho weiglied. Have youl a ,et of scales in the farther ond of tho store wlhero I t'ouhl K?t mny exact woigthlt without crclinllg ll senlltioll ?" The grocer kniuw tho lialy. 1s a reguila custtomer, tnll' heo took !ihor tlto tle rear aiprtllment andl l lhad hr stand on tile senlcs whiloe le adjustrld tllo weifighlts. It did 1ot HCeelII s if there. were c(lough irol polllnds ill their diflerellt shlalpos to record hor glaorotis avoirdubpois, bu t llst Il a balanco wna struck at 'JO lbs." " ' ' * ' .. .. Th'l grocer told lcr1' iln voice that Ihe .tried to lnko Iko ll a smll ani puisiblo, for ho did lnol 0alit to loso llcr clst~llol. " I know Itlios who wolul givo tlo world, if they low...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Chapter of Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

A Cllapter of Accidents. ---jOn:-·-- Ito ,wns a very jolly Crowd which glood waiting in the lI clikenbridgo D)epbt for tlhe seven o'clock train, that. frosty No vember miorning. ()o might lihave thougiht that seven Was rallher an early hour for so large and exceptiolullly any Ia gateritig-especially is only one of theo party was to take.the Ir'ai, Ithe retaining 16 )having assembled iertely to " see her ofl." lint. for a ithtter informed person the fiect. that one was 1 da lerrill, would haveo been a sutliciont exphlanaion. T''hal young lady had coine to ll'racken bridge 'o a visit to her ntul, .four months ,lrnevious; tnod lrai:kenbrdl},ge society had given her th i warmnest 'wel. colme imaginable. There had been a furious runt of parties antd picnics all the sulmnler. : .lratkenbritdge had never been so lively; for Miss Terrill hail ' tken ' inmensely, and society had exerted it self in her behalrf. T'lhe heroine of the occasion stood in the midst, of the chtttering throng, en tiv...

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SURREY HILLS V. DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

'lli' atchI wn contined on Siaturdlay, and rosulted in anl easy win for Surrey lhills by 10 wickuta anl 1 run. W1V. Wilson and (i, II. Smith, thoe wo not out nilsn frolm thIe p1l1evioUls Hlatrdayll faced th1 bowling of lileelnl nd Jiohnsntoeu, bul it was not long before the latter had Snith's otl stump. 7--4-7$. Wlkes wals Ih next, nOd by sh1?ady 'ay these t\wo bats1me(nl Ilrougllt tIhel coe up to 102 beelro e elpara. IliOl wi?t?ilTected; Wilkes being bowled by ,lolnstolne. 8--4--102, 1).un partiPed I?s i kipper, who nlppenred to be well set, whlle he, lnforntullntely, skied one, which was nccUl1P(I. I --lIt.--10,'i, 4lrkirnl, the last nlllll, did lot l v Ile ulchl sh1ow to disl iigujlsh himiself, as his pIlartner (1)1mIn) wis sllorlly nlCelrWnldl ciaughlit ater cotllrihbl tillg 1I to Ithe lspoe. lrWkille beilg Ilol out with 1 to IjIl credit, '-I'he followillg II1o the (tl1 srcures: Onargo, c and b 1. 1lullen .. .. I ihnner, b 0,l Ioullun '.. ,. .. "25 lanrsll, bJohnstol .. .. .. I ...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

SPORTING. CRICKET; 1?lr'OIkNrTo \"OP .Y MAlvrclli. Secrctaries are politely requested to rsend in the reports of their matches not later than 'T'uesday. C(Tr nIItI'II V . MIlCIIAM0. On the ground of the latter, elded in a itne iunings' defeat of Canterbury. M. Crultin batting splendidly for Mitcham with 70 not out; going in first and carrying his hat right through the innings. lBelow is n detailed account of the scores: Mhrront.AM. Cornwcll, 1., run out . . . 2 Croiin, M., not out .. .... 70 .oorte, W., a llo\ven, Ih W\inton .. I Davis, \V,., c Ilnslan, b \Winton .. I 'rlTatelmr, C., a nild I lIowen .. 2 Edgoose, A., 1, Walker .. . 17 I'ratt,lt., a Walker .. .. , Walker, It., b Walker .. T1'. Titus, a (troRon b Walker 10 W. Tittis, o'amid b Blowen .. .. 18 J. Natty, b Winton .. .. .. 1 Sundriesi .. .. . .. 1 Total .,,, 115 OAurinoov. S'trat Ilnnugs. Second lItnings. Hlaslatm, a Cronit b Oonin .... h lavis ... .. 10 (tregson, `b W. b Cronin .... 'ritus .. . 0 Osolrne, 'T.Titus e Prat...

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HAWTHORN GRAMMAR SCHOOL V. NEW COLLEGE, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

li~twImoat N (il.utIwhtl Seunw, v. r Oni 'I'hullrlsidy, Oolubctlober it, till first elevens8 of1 t 1)010e aboOve ll 1101 cOe l 111t h lInwtlhorul Crieket (ilolulle. 'rith New College ) 01lI1 explin 11inn toe 10toss, dcidodl to take 110 lic ti, and1 whleln the0 te,11t1 wickce of tIle (ilhaillelnr S1chool full, the ',or0 wal 7);1. N- w Colleige tlhlen wetl to the wickets, and wnadie 11111118 ras lta willling by 12 1111. 'rkota Ilawtho fitall1 Schoo 111 thr118. '1'Iho Surrey-HillsI p1lay th)e llinckburo 1 on Saturday on thouoi own ground. The''II( Scram. ii iiI8 10e1m will ie lickeldl flro tiie followinWlg (12), 51111811, 1.egg, SmthiI WViokers, Cilalk, Iln~woodl ChiliI Ileveu v. Illackhtnrll Chtb wood on~ Saltmlldr y last, and resultelll d as tul lows:- llnckburnl. I Illoweod. Sa~vory ;. Smth . . Slou e.. .. II olt .. .. 1 PoeXLO 2 Il ,.l aa .. It. Yolrk 7liClatk .. .. 1 1:5. iine .... 10 Ilobelll 1C Nichlols.nl l~illiugln . 5 ive . .. li Jlll into slu 7 ' I tinl .. 1 \I'l lce~lla :tý...

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BOX HILL CLUB ELEVEN V. BLACKBURN CLUB ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

''hj latali '!a Iudll~alC~i~(ny~lloU1t~ WI .3th -C )~ot~a, \.t db IIOi 1 Vrlli ~ivdy. c ciYtrd i 4buatne 11 otiilo! )s tofll act istIbs olio'i J~R~tias O.~I ]JIS H.lL RlvCHMu.ON (nmd ,?lrvon)v. l,1nrxsnnms, 'lThe above imatul took place last Saturday on the glroulnd of the latter with the followt ing iresult': tllh.AcKlous. S. Snesoby, run out .. .. ., S. Loader, b Dell .. .. E P'ark. (trant, b elti .. .. 112 annion, Tur'ner, b Dell .. .. Ii Calnde, o Crouch, b iLote .. .. 0 1in han, b )rel .. .. .. l2 Jose, not out.. .. Skeels, )11 Dl, 9 Parry, Callder, b (rant . 17 M'Coutb, c Quarleorntin, b Grant .. J. Sllnesby, run out .. .. ,. 1i lxtras .. .. .. . 1 L Total .. .. 17 First innings .. .. .. .. Ill 2nd do four wkts. for .. 1 Itowujxa .Axi.sts.-Suaesby, G11 balls, three mllaidensi, 15 rnuns, lIeo wickets; Parlk, :Il balls, two umaidens, 21 runs, ono wicket Minllnani. 18 balls, tire runs, threo wickets; Gannon, 1$ balls, 10 runs, three wickets; .lose, 15 bails, 10 r'ulls. As the lta...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 November 1890

Tho Jiawtliorndivory Stablos, F. A. DOWDNEY,. Propriotol' alktloll~l gti n to ltoi~cs' at ft~ct': Honrs n~i'fl d VetoelcaIto'logl(il, bold ol *xki lIoore1, broken to 'lnddle or ha io8.r~~ lt~c. 01)Clrtld I~ctntve'u at Vt he'lal~ theS tltlrnd to ~oplvll th'rir en'.tonwro o'' ·.ittli tnst ,itcna ait tow poeec2· ~··R . `Simklin, A~lt 1tiitulu~ of htttttdty'3 work dotto. A\ A, Ca~rd,. Q .ate of Colfitia S~ttrrt). tInlile. I lo~ut, of coiirttltii tiolt: 1.voniiitig .. 0i to H. ])ottiu L'O Iic tlttitgcd to 1)lttiotttO eOii tCul itIt tItoir itotitos a Itot'i 1) .ttt. Cor~nor Burwood Roadt, andr Powor Strect, Hawtlornl. HI. Ha~ggartl'Y & Sons, CL)N'tlh'TIIAS'f 5 \`cui\itifh Jiijttdo I2~ii'~tttitt &· lulitainted. NO TICE. I~1~· Ititee fbi. v day i~ctt nyct' thle \\ool, Conko ittdl ('oafj Inritt.itooit A ut~ul tried~it ott by· ii. PAY N iS a. 1 tule Cot'ttet' of' Croydou'l1 ttttl U titoti l~oattia, StIttey( to boauin'sa to NI'flh'13 11 cotitiitiatti~ce of John Sweeney. ti'''al...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NUNAWADING COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

NUNAWA)IINi COUNCIL. TuunIUsY, NOVeIMIulE 1. Present: Cr. 1'Popperill (President, in the chair), and Crs. lhawlings, M'Arthir, Bishop, Ellingworth, Mor. ton, and Sorpoll. S Connsro~x .xca.. Fromi S; Aspinall, making applica tion for two stone crossings, loading into the lproperty of Mr. Cockroft; Cothamtu-road, on condition tlhat he paid Ihalf tlhu cost. The request was coliplied with. From Win. Cornwall, of Mitclhani, askiug for compensation in the event of tihe council forcing him to remove a horse ofi Spring Valo.-road. Ice stated tlhat hle hand beeoon in occup?tion of the property for 180 years, and dur ing that time lhe paid rates for it. From .. Jlooth, in referenc to the lato accident he lhand met withl, and enclosing account of the cost amount. ing to £5 12s. Gd.,. hlo had boon put to in consequelce.. The counbil did not adniit any claim, and requested the secretary to write to Mr. Booth to submit fuill particulars of the ncoci dent, when thie council would inquiro into the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL V. CANTERBURY (Club Elevens). [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

Iox IIh,. v. C.sxnrcuulc (Club Elevens). The abovo match was played at Canter bury last Saturday, anld resuoated inl an easy victory for iox Hlill team. Subjoioned are the scores: 13ox ItoL. Iarbour .. .. .. .. 13 W. Williams .. .. .. 6 Jolhston .. .. .. .. 12 . W illis .. .. .. .. ' utton .. ... O A..lN l Kel?lord . .. .. 7 Kirby .. .. .. .. 1 Snart .. .. .. .. O ate (not olut) .. .. .. O (oode .. .. .. .. Ward .. .. ..- .. -II Buudries . .. .. U - ~6' S CaTsrEeoune. rookes . . 0 Ockwoll ... .. .. 5i l).sy .. .. .. .. 10 Turr ne .. ... .. O Small .. .. .. .. 1 Smart ... .. .. .. 8 (iregsonl .. .. .. .. 2 Cromi . .... .. 1 Merrett .. .. . .. 0 * p ............ . ...0 Sundries............'2 26 lFor ox Hill, Johnllstollo and Willintmns divided bowling honors, eac.h taking five wickets. For the losers, Day and Turner showed best form with tIhe ball. -0 C.xrrn'ony (Club a 11) v. Co.mlnlulmtv.-On the ground ol thIe former. ThIe following have been selected to play for Canterbury : llrook...

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SURREY HILLS V. BLACKBURN (CLUB ELEVENS) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

Svlu-nv ll0,1H v. 1.ACD lttllN (OIUnl ELEIVI.ES)' A uitclh "ll' yb1 i illi l'laist aLturdl a o tho Ilhackbulrn groullnd. ;?Rnvory . . , . 1i !liark .. , . .. .. .. 1 llRvuy, !I, . . .li Holi,; I loloil., ".... " ?' nlor tr u .. .. .. .. o 11*ln, Itosh .. 0 'liO~lrill, iilu outl .,? ,, . 11arotlt, A . ... .. .. -.. O . .. E xtriau .i, . n , ,, .. ,t IBinht wfcicket for laH : ',lvlhlu, \vlekes lt I insoh , , - ,. ; 17 lech.or .. .llownl O. " ?i . 10 unter . . - . . .. 0 Davis, J. .. .. . .. - 0 Fletohor;'S, ,. .. .... 7 Bob **eo~l .. -O 8u,,y .. .. ' .... . Davis, J. 1 Viin0, A., nlol'o lut . " O?"t 0 Extras .?, ,.·.. ,: ' ' O Total .. .. ,4I ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RINGWOOD V. MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

IlliNOWool V. M[TC.LIIA. Thie above matchl was co1i1nncllcod at l1ingwool on Haturday last; and p 4ty will be reu'OHIIed to-ioIrrow. 'T'hlo following are theo scoreso - Ilixwol, (tirot hlliilgs). Swindon, b Titus . . 8 King, b Cronin . .. 1 O. Svwindoi, rln out . .. .. O'Kcuo b Tlitus .. .. .. 0 JohlllinOon, rll otll , ... .. J. M(Colnlb, bCroilln .. .. .. O (. Miller, b do .. .. W. Strachan, b Tjit.u .. 1I. M'Colab. run oult .. . .. 2 Mummlllllory, b Mooro s . .. O Grant, not oit .. . O Sundries .. Total.. ...... .. ?eco'l, Isrilt%. ' II. M'Conmb, nol oll .. ?. .. '23 Kilng, Thaltclher . .. . 0 W. Swindoln, b Thather , .ll0 1~. pwindonl, a Titu~ ·.. .. 1· 8lrachlan, b \Vnlki' .. .. .. 11 O'Kcofo, b Walker .. .. .. : J. MComlllb, not out .. Five wkts for. .. .. 2 MIrnuso. Croili, nlot out .. .. .. tf5i Pratt, run nout. . . . Titus, I Kitng . . ,. O Moore, b King .. .. .. .. O (hlddes, b Miller .. .. .. O Elgooseo, Ii Miller .. .. .. 1 Cornwall. not out .. .. .. Ii ulndrices .. .. .....

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ARLINGTON V. KEW. (For Moyer's Trophy.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

AB1.ZINITOx V. KIuw. (For Moyer's Troplhy.) ''his matchl was concluded at Kow on Saturday last, Intld resulted In an easy win for ltho Arlington, by an inningse nld 211lruns. Tihe following are tih scores: --e Kw (FirsL luiilngos). Stevenl?a .. ... .. ... O Smith l... ..... .. .. 2 IIiscox.. .. .. .... 8 Itall .. .. .. . .... O tiller ... .. .. . . .. , O Kirby .. .... .. ... 1 Roleorts . .... .. O 1Icatles .. . . . '.. .. O (ardnoer . .. .. .. , Log ... . . .. 2. lyes ..... . ., 2 Toitl .. i " Ker:w (Socond Inninigs). JeClllings .. .. .. .. 5 Stenith ...... .. O iHiscox ..... .. .. O Itall .. .. .. .. Millcr .. .. .. .. O Kirby .. ....... O 1loborts .. .. .... O iealos ... .. .... O Oardner . . . .. O Legg .. . .. .... O Total .. l AnIII.urTOX (Ist InUlillgs.) east.. ........... 8 Craig ........ . Alb. Philpott .. . ., 41 Lawr .. .. .. .. 21 F. Waters ... ....... . 71 Al, Philpott .. .. .. .. 6L E. Waters 1........ .. Aruostrong, iol out .. .. .. 1 Sundries ......... 5 Toltal (for ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNION JACK V. CAMBERWEL SOUTHERN CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

U.vioN JAcrK.V. CA.1IIFI.WIEW SOU'HIIRINS C0130H. La't Halturday thu Unlion Jack journeyed to Cnuthrwawll and played a imatlch withI tlhe SoutIherIn Cross, whliuh Cres uhlted in a win ho thu Jucks by 10I ru1n. I'h ao Houthern Croo captlainll havinl woln tho tos decided to Rend hli llllmen to the wicket., II. lIroko and ,A. Ilouvay beiing thl hirot hat?iiinei. The Ioriiiur wao cleoii howled by 1lrowero hof'st ball. (i. Irooko, thu inexlt collier, wl(i the onIly one thiat nmcdec any tland at all, hij score beinig 2I, wVltei le wao towi.l by (i. Ilaukhbirn. Trutlt made five, Calunbouirn, lonr, anid J. Ihrookl two; all Ihe Ie t fililed to scoro lit all. 'lie Ullio ll",ak:o fichled very well. The litt;:, onl noilg to the wickets, baIitted very fair, . Ihlgomje ainll .] llaeckhiuirni hieinig tihe ligheirt ;coorir with 1:1 andltl 4I respectively to their credit. One no tLioablv fuatur? it the Jacka' batting waa tho entire aboiece of "iduIcks?" thera gUIenrally bolnlg oino of those reptiles...

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COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

SCOUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. 130R()ONl)A~lA S1111ME COUNCIL. Tu'1.05AY, NoVumtIni 1 llm. 'Prosent: Cr. Dillon, 1'cesident (ill Sthe chair), nrl Crs. Sweetunml Bralimn, ' Maling, Taylor, Ilicks, Iay, and a Clayton. "ronti the (bove'rnnlent Statist, Srequesting thle couneil to forwalrd litho. graph plans of shire, forl the purpose Sof assistinig the woIrk of collecting the I census. It was deciled to send two 1 plans. 1 From Nunawading Council, in refer SenIeo to works on West Iloundary Sroad. locci\ved. s Froin the Ilalway Department, a stating that a new road wouhl he mado ill Caimberwell, contiguous to tihu rail way. 'Th. engineer said ho had seen Sthe pluas and specifications of the road Ireferred to, and he beliced it would Sbe mniade in a first-class rnnuner, and Swhen it was opllened it would be a boon Sto the shire. The letter ndl plans were loft in the hands of the engineer to attellnd to, From the . Exhibition T.lrustees, requesting tlhocouncil to send informa tion in rel'erenco t...

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